It’s going to take a while for airlines to get themselves straight in the wake of the ‘Superstorm’/Hurricane Sandy. It’s not the first time air travel has been disturbed on a major scale, and it certainly won’t be the last. Most meetings work much better face to face, but if it’s not possible, many will […]
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Friends and colleagues, customers and those who’ve been trained by her will be glad to know that our consultant Robyn Green has reported that all is well following the ‘Sandy’ superstorm: Just got out and drove around town. Downtown area is still in tact which is great but they are river front not beach front […]
Training consultant Robyn Green reports from New Jersey: Power went out around 5:45pm. Winds around 60-70mph Low tide levels / conditions currently exceeding high tide levels High tide hits slowly after midnight and our emergency radio station / announcer says it will be catastrophic for the town. As you look outside at the trees being tossed […]
We’ve had a report from our colleague, Robyn Green, on the East Coast of the USA (New Jersey), as Hurricane Sandy reaches. This is her report a few moments ago on how things are there: Currently winds are picking up and are hitting 40mph. Fairfield County, CT, is already reporting power outages. Businesses have closed […]
Given the importance of Asia to Global Integration and to world business, when Kevan Hall CEO of Global Integration came to launching his new book, he wanted to start with Asia. With that in mind, he and T.H. Ong, Vice President Asia, will visit Hong Kong and Singapore 11-14 December, 2012, to speak at a learning and development forum, […]
Where will you find our intrepid bunch of travellers, the senior training team at Global Integration, next week? Want to know if they’re in your area for a face to face meeting over a coffee? This is the weekly post for you! In Europe, Kevan Hall will be in Bern, Switzerland, in the coming week, and in […]
We asked our team, who constantly work around the world, for their travel tips. A single blog post rapidly became a series, and we share their business travel tips over the coming weeks. But something interesting happened. There was a split down the middle of the team. The whole ‘packing for a trip’ conversation created a […]
Today is a tiny bit of a landmark day – we hit 600 followers on Twitter. @thethinkteam1 Just seen – you’re our 600th follower! Thank you! Can I send you a stress ball – or two!? (Claire) — Global Integration (@GlobalInteg) October 24, 2012 We have a very gentle, natural Twitter presence, so we almost […]
Eid al-Adha, the Feast of the Sacrifice, is an important Muslim festival starting later this week. It is one of two ‘Eid’ festivals, and is celebrated by both Sunni and Shia Muslims. According to location, it’s also known by many other names, including Greater Eid, Id-ul Zuha, or Baqri Id (Bakrid). Apparently even the Fiesta […]
Save a Day a Week – the latest video from Global Integration’s Kevan Hall. Video Transcript (abridged) Save a day a week by Kevan Hall, Global Integration As we work with leaders, teams and individuals in these very complex organizations around the world, we see a huge amount of unnecessary work. The three biggest sources […]
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